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1 Camesano, T.A., K.M. Unice, and B.E.Logan. 1999. Blocking and ripening of colloids in porous media and their implications for bacterial transport. Colloids and Surfaces, A. Physiochem Eng Asp. 160:291-308.
2 Cockroft, J.K., G.M. Bruce, J.E. Buddenbaum, R.E. Burmeister, S.M. Flack, T. Ijaz, K.M. Thiessen, and T.E. Widner. 1999. Screening-level Evaluation of Additional Potential Materials of Concern. The report of Task 7 of the Oak Ridge Dose Reconstruction. Prepared for the Tennessee Department of Health by ChemRisk, a Service of McLaren/Hart Environmental Services. July.
3 Finley, B.L., C. Kirman, and P.K. Scott. 1999. Derivation of probabilistic distributions for the W.H.O. mammalian toxic equivalency factors. Organohalogen Compounds. 42:225-9.
4 Fowler, J.F., C.L. Kauffman, J.G. Marks, D.M. Proctor, M.M. Fredrick, J.M. Otani, B.L. Finley, D.J. Paustenbach, and J.R. Nethercott. 1999. An environmental hazard assessment of low-level dermal exposure to hexavalent chromium in solution among chromium-sensitized volunteers. J Occup Environ Med. 41(3):150-60.
5 Fries, G.F., D.J. Paustenbach, D.B. Mathur, and W.J. Luksemburg. 1999. A congener specific evaluation of transfer of chlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans to milk cows following ingestion of pentachlorophenol-treated wood. Environ Sci Tech. 33(8):1165-70.
6 Gouge, J.S., A.I. Apostoaei, B.G. Blaylock, B.P. Caldwell, S.M. Flack, F.O. Hoffman, C.J. Lewis, S.K. Nair, E.W. Reed, K.M. Thiessen, B.A. Thomas, and T.E. Widner. 1999. Radionuclides Released to the Clinch River from White Oak Creek on the Oak Ridge Reservation - An Assessment of Historical Quantities Released, Off-site Radiation Doses, and Health Risks. The report of Task 4 of the Oak Ridge Dose Reconstruction. Prepared for the Tennessee Department of Health by ChemRisk, a Service of McLaren/Hart Environmental Services. July.
7 Langard, S., B.D. Kerger, and D.J. Paustenbach. 1999. Cancer causation and assessment of relative contribution for known causes of human cancers: Case examples involving hexavalent Chromium. Hazardous Waste Strategies Update. 10(2):14-18.
8 Logan, B.E., T.A. Camesano, A.A. DeSantis, K.M. Unice, and J.C. Baygents. 1999. Comment on “A method for calculating bacterial deposition coefficients using the fraction of bacteria recovered from laboratory columns” by Bolster et al. Environ Sci Tech. 33(8):1316-7.
9 Mongan, T.R., G.M. Bruce, S.M. Flack, and T.E. Widner. 1999. Mercury Releases from Lithium Enrichment at the Oak Ridge Y-12 Plant - A Reconstruction of Historical Releases and Off-Site Doses and Health Risks. The report of Task 2 of the Oak Ridge Dose Reconstruction. Prepared for the Tennessee Department of Health by ChemRisk, a Service of McLaren/Hart Environmental Services. July. (Part 1 of 2 - Report)
10 Mongan, T.R., G.M. Bruce, S.M. Flack, and T.E. Widner. 1999. Mercury Releases from Lithium Enrichment at the Oak Ridge Y-12 Plant - A Reconstruction of Historical Releases and Off-Site Doses and Health Risks. The report of Task 2 of the Oak Ridge Dose Reconstruction. Prepared for the Tennessee Department of Health by ChemRisk, a Service of McLaren/Hart Environmental Services. July. (Part 2 of 2 - Appendices)
11 Paustenbach, D.J. and B.L. Finley. 1999. DNA-protein cross-links as a biomarker of Cr(VI) exposure. Environ Health Perspect. 107(10):A494-5.
12 Proctor, D.M., J.M. Panko, B.L. Finley, W.J. Butler, R.J. Barnhart. 1999. “Commentary: Need for Improved Science in Standard Setting for Hexavalent Chromium.” Regul Toxicol Pharmacol. 29:99-101.
13 Wenning, R.J., D.B.Mathur, D.J.Paustenbauch, M.J.Stephenson, S.Folwarkow, and W.J. Luksemburg.1999. Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans in stormwater outfalls adjacent to urban areas and petroleum refineries in San Francisco Bay, California. Arch Snviron Contam Toxicol. 37(3):290-302.

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